Murshidah Said is an independent speaker and adviser on personal and corporate transformation. She is also a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner and a certified life coach recognised by the American Board of NLP, NBPES and NLP University (USA). She is also trained in the areas of Accelerated Learning and whole being learning to achieve better education for participants.She is a Certified Advanced Law of Attraction Practitioner.
Murshidah is travels regularly between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Her work involves conducting training from government bodies, multinational corporations, SMEs and professionals, to the marginalised groups like refugees, low income families and the homeless.
Murshidah is a regular speaker at conferences and is currently working on her first book. She is a regular motivator on Hello on Two on RTM2, has been a regular featured guest on the Breakfast Show on NTV7, as well as on BFM the Business Station. She was also a featured consultant in the Sep 2010 issue of NewMan magazine. In Singapore, Murshidah has been a guest on the business programme Paradigma on Warna Radio. She was also the featured Transformation Coach on KISS92 FM radio station in Singapore. Murshidah is the brand Ambassador and educator of the WORLD HIJAB DAY, a global movement that promotes better understanding of the Hijab. She has been interviewed by HuffPost Live in USA, Mob TV, Astro Oasis and featured in the Malaysian Insider.
Murshidah is the main presenter on the radio programme JEWELS OF INSPIRATION, on Malaysia’s IKIM FM radio station. She was also featured the Indonesian TV show Saleha.
Murshidah is awarded THE BEST PERSONAL BRAND as a LIFE TRANSFORMER in 2017, by the Marketing Institute of Singapore.
Murshidah is also an active advocate in helping the marginalised groups of people in Malaysia which includes the homeless, sex workers, runaway teens, abused women and children, and those living in poverty. She conducts regular visits to raise awareness of the people in need and conducts street feeding activities to reach out to the homeless. She works with NGOs to conduct Mindset Change programmes for the people in need as well as for the volunteers and counsellors.
Women empowerment to me means for women to be independent and having the freedom and access to all resources and opportunities for her to live her life as she chooses to be.
The woman has the freedom to choose the life she designs for herself and she has access to the education of her choice.
It all started with me learning my “why”. At the time when I was down to my last RM2 and no idea where my next income is going to be, I started to change myself, my thoughts and focus on my “why” (which was to keep my family together at the time). I managed to get RM20,000 in less than 2 weeks at the time.
If I could shift my thoughts and made a decision to change my money state at the time, I believe many can also change. Now, working also with the marginalized communities like refugees and the homeless, I educate them on being able to shift the mindset of poverty to that of abundance and making a decision to pull through and get past a certain belief system. Now, I not only educate the people at the corporate levels but also the low income to shift mindsets.
Having a strong self belief and belief in God (a higher power). An empowered person also sees opportunities in whatever resources he/she already has. An empowered person is in constant gratitude and in a state of giving to others.
Give the freedom for the people to express ideas and creativity. Instill the values of love & respect in the society starting from the top. With respect, the people will respect the leader and the rules in place.
The people will use the empowerment for good of the community.
Focus on you “why”. What will be at stake if you give up. Who will be affected if you give up. Your “why” is bigger than yourself and that will be the one to push you onto the next day, the next task, the nest step towards your goal. Every successful person became successful because he/she did not give up